When web sites that you’ve got grown accustomed to for years abruptly change their design, it typically will get complicated. You have to re-learn how to use it which is kind of a chore. Twitter, sadly is doing one thing, which goes to annoy lots of customers.
Over the previous few months, the micro-blogging service has been testing a new interface, or “re-design” as some could name it. One of my accounts had the new design enabled at present (it was already logged in), whereas an older account didn’t. Some of my buddies advised me that their account had the new UI enabled once they logged in at present too. This does recommend that Twitter is preparing to roll out the new UI on a bigger scale.
It is not a functionally improved interface which might warrant a re-design, it is extra of a “let’s re-arrange stuff on the display pointlessly” form of design. Just take a look at it, the whole left aspect is filled with giant buttons. Are you going to entry your profile on a regular basis? There is a big trends part on the precise, subsequent to which is a gear-cog icon. Is that the settings to your profile? No, its to tweak the trends. The Settings is now hidden below the “More” part on the left. The Tweet button which used to be on the highest proper, is now on the underside left of the sidebar. Genius, proper?
You may argue that these choices can be found even if you scroll down the feed, effectively, they used to be seen on the outdated design too, which in my view is way more accessible.
How to disable Twitter’s new interface
1. Login to Twitter.com in your desktop browser.
2. Click on the More choice on the left side-bar.
three. Select the choice which says, “Switch to legacy Twitter”.
The web page ought to reload, and hopefully you’re going to get the outdated design again. Yay! It’s nonetheless good on desktops, and works simply effective.
If that did not work…..
However, some customers on reddit’s r/Twitter say they do not have this feature in any respect. If you end up to be in the identical boat, attempt visiting https://twitter.com/i/optout in your browser. This ought to drive the web site to use the outdated design.
We do not understand how lengthy the choices to revert to the outdated design could also be obtainable, however they need to assist, till Twitter decides to makes the new design the one choice.
Twitter outdated interface vs new interface
The new Twitter interface seems and feels mobile-ish to me. Maybe they need it to look comparable on all gadgets, nevertheless it does not look good on PC. It’s nearly as unhealthy as reddit’s re-design, which is all scaled up and appears bizarre. Visiting a listing web page used to have all the opposite lists on the left aspect, straightforward to entry. They are gone now, you might have to click on on Lists which masses like a Timeline, after which use it. If it ain’t broke, do not repair it. I’m wondering if Twitter has ever heard of that.